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  • Holistic design that serves needs of individual neighborhood context
  • Re-establish layering of heavy traffic to pedestrian.Light Rail sets the example of a well mannered civic behavior in downtown street environment.
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    • 1. Design Course
    • 2. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes“Create a civic architecture that is permanent, has a characteristic thread and contributes to its context — one that is not entirely derivative of the transit system, but of the neighborhoods and community of which it is a part.” -TriMet Design Criteria
    • 3. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Region• Transit system and its customers• Community and neighborhood
    • 4. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Transportation and land use planning• Community development• Economic development
    • 5. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Build and expand total transit system• Minimize impacts and costs• Enhance: • Access • Safety and security • Sustainability
    • 6. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    • 7. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    • 8. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    • 9. Design Course Urban Design and StreetscapesComplement andstrengthen:• Urban planning strategies• Pedestrian oriented zoning• Transit oriented ‘overlays’
    • 10. Design Course Urban Design and StreetscapesCreate design conceptsthat are:• Aesthetically pleasing• Scalable• Rigorously functional
    • 11. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Emphasize mixed use and 24/7 activity• Leverage transit to support: • Economic development • Safety, security • Educational and other civic institutions
    • 12. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Urban centers• Town centers• Inter-urban stations• Outer-urban stations• Transitional stations• Suburban stations and Park & Rides• Special civic places
    • 13. Design Course Urban Design and StreetscapesConditions can utilizedifferent:• Structures• Materials• Component parts
    • 14. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    • 15. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    • 16. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Transit corridors • Urban transit corridors reinforce pedestrian reinforce pedestrian oriented traffic and oriented ‘main streets’ speeds
    • 17. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    • 18. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    • 19. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    • 20. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Materials that: • Honor public investment • Are high quality • Easy to maintain• Balance • system wide identity • individual context expression
    • 21. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Architecture • Jurisdictional codes• Interchange function • Zoning and land use• Community relationship • Platforms and shelters• Site planning and • Materials and finishes circulation • Mechanical and electrical• Modal hierarchy
    • 22. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Plan • Side • Center • Offset• Elevation • Elevated • Below Grade • Underground
    • 23. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Platforms should be: • Easily understood • Friendly • Safe • Efficient
    • 24. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Placemaking• Tying neighborhoods to region